Features

This is art within art.

The architectural fabric of Dolores Heights is elegantly highlighted in the home at 350 Hill Street. Created by John Maniscalco, a San Francisco architect well-known for his responsive, honest, and well-crafted modern homes, 350 Hill Street is a house to remember. It is understated but dignified with a statuesque presence that remains warm and inviting. While walking through the three levels of living it becomes apparent that Maniscalco is a master at creating spaces that manipulate light in many ways, yet naturally, using open floor plans, skylights, soaring ceilings, and floating staircases.

Every inch of this home is an artful expression of modern living. Upon entry you walk up to the public rooms with spaces nicely separated to allow for gracious entertaining or comfortable small gatherings of family and friends. The ceilings soar and the accordion doors to the garden create a sense of limitless space just outside. The kitchen is sleek and functional with rift cut oak cabinets, Viking appliances, and Caesar stone countertops.

On the next floor of living are three of the bedrooms. The master suite is beautifully appointed with panoramic views looking to the South and East. Looking over the garden and each with a private deck are two more bedrooms and a full bathroom. The fourth bedroom and full bath is on the first level of living and is also nicely used as a family/media room.

Living in the perfect balance of metal, glass, and wood is magically realized in this home.

Features

  • Featured on the AIA House Tour in 2011
  • Approximately 3,400 Square Feet of Living Space
  • Approved Plans and Permits for a Roof Deck with Expansive San Francisco Views
  • Two-Car Garage with Additional Storage
  • A Folding Glass Wall Opening to the Mature, Landscaped Garden
  • Panoramic Views from the Master Suite
  • Sunken Formal Living Room
  • Open Informal Living/Dining/Kitchen Leading Directly to the Garden
  • Four Bedrooms, Including a Master Suite
  • Three and One-Half Marble Baths, Including a Master Bath
  • Chefs Style Kitchen with Rift Cut Oak Cabinets, Cesar Stone Counters, Stainless Appliances
  • Gas Burning Fireplace between the Living Room and Dining Room
  • Hardwood Flooring Throughout
  • Front and Rear Decks AND Approved Permit for Panoramic Roof Deck
  • Abundant, Custom Built-In Storage throughout the Home
  • Laundry Room with Washer and Dryer
  • Built in 1978, Completely re-built by John Maniscalco in 2009

The Architect

John Maniscalco

John Maniscalco/Architecture produces work based on two principles - creating livable, modern spaces and engaging clients in the design process. Their approach takes the particular needs, desires, and personality of each client and utilizes them to create a unique architectural solution. With a sensitivity to physical context, function, technology, and economics, JM/A creates architecture that is innovative, honest, and well-crafted with a focus on the fundamental elements of architecture – materiality, light, space, and clarity of design from concept to detailing. While the studio is focused specifically on custom residences, their experience ranges far beyond to academic, institutional, and commercial work.

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Neighborhood


Dolores Heights

“The context of Dolores Heights, like the context of the City as a whole, is a tapestry that only grows more intriguing as new elements are added to the weave. The steep, 400-foot hill itself is a definition rather than a destination, framing Noe Valley to the South and Dolores Park to the East.”

John King, SF Chronicle

Dolores Heights is a hilly neighborhood and is named after a hill within the neighborhood. Parts of it are so steep, that the Muni Metro J Church has to be routed through Dolores Park and into the Liberty Hill area before rejoining Church Street at 22nd Street.

Many of the streets within Dolores Heights are dead-end cul de sacs connected by steep staircases with beautiful views. As a result, the area has become a favorite for people to get their early morning exercise. It is an affluent neighborhood with a stunning mixture of Victorians, small multiple-unit buildings(many of which have been converted into condominiums), and many newer modern single-family homes. Benefitting from Twin peaks blocking the fog and strong winds found almost year-round in San Francisco, Dolores Heights remains relatively warm, sunny, and fog-free.



Schedule


Open Houses:

Saturday, July 9th 2 – 4 PM

Sunday, July 10th 2 – 4 PM

Thursday, July 14th 5:30 – 8:30 with Cocktails and Live Jazz

Saturday, July 16th 2 – 4 PM

Sunday, July 17th 2 – 4 PM

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, July 12th 12 – 1:30 PM

Additional Showings by Appointment:


Contact Laura Taylor
415.250.1306
[email protected]

Contact Michael Murphy
415.359.3975
[email protected]



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Contact

Laura Taylor

Realtor® AssociateParagon Real Estate GroupCalBRE# 00887826415.250.1306 direct415.701.2670 fax[email protected]www.paragon-re.com

Michael Murphy

Realtor® AssociateParagon Real Estate GroupCalBRE# 01440395415.359.3975 mobile[email protected]